Deep, Dark & Dangerous

Deep, Dark & Dangerous

by Jaid Black
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Deep, Dark and Dangerous 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 36 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Though at the top of her game as a famous in demand actress, Madalyn Mae Simon decides she no longer needs to take the shallow smiles from so-called friends and terrible movies. She needs to escape far away from the phoniness of Hollywood, but wants to stay in the United States so she leaves Southern California for Alaska, but she does not even stay in Anchorage. Instead she moves to a village in the artic where she hopes to regain her mental health.------ Her harmony is disrupted when her sister Drake persuades Madalyn that camera in hand, they should explore the wildlife of the tundra. However, they run into Otar and three of his Viking compatriots who abduct the siblings for fear they will reveal to the outside world that beneath the frozen tundra is their home New Sweden besides they need breeders for the colony. Otar recognizes Madalyn as the actress he secretly has loved for years from the audience and plans to make her his wife if she refuses she takes her chance on the marriage mart auction. Madalyn begins to fall in love with her new husband, but assumes he loves the screen version and not the flesh and blood real person.------ Fans will initially be skeptical of the setting, classifying it with Santa¿s North Pole, but rather quickly through the characters and the deep social relationships readers will believe that New Sweden exists underground within the Arctic Circle. This conversion occurs because the strong cast especially the lead couple makes the background feel plausible. The exhilarating story line that never slows down once Otar realizes Madalyn (and Drake) has seen them, which leads the audience seeking the previous romantic fantasy set in New Sweden, the novella Hunter's Right, part of TIE ME UP, TIE ME DOWN. ----- Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved this book however,there was a miss print with mine and three of the chapters were added twice.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I happened upon this author when I picked up an anthology with another favorite author in it. I love ALL of her series. Jaid Black has an imagination that takes you away from the normal reality that most books have. She comes up with fantastic stories that have different plots. She has a way of inventing objects, characters, time, and dimentions with such clarity you can see it in your head very clearly.
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LAKN More than 1 year ago
The idea of another culture living underneath our own and their need for outsider woman is a bit weird at first. But then you realize just how wonderful these men are and wish you could find one for yourself!
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